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Saturday Night Live season 4

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20 episodes (273 views)

Air weekdate:Saturday Cast:Kenan Thompson, Bill Hader, Colin Jost, Bobby Moynihan, Amy Poehler, Fred Armisen, Tina Fey, Leslie Jones, Pete Davidson, Michael Che, Sasheer Zamata, Cecily Strong, Kyle Mooney, Beck Bennett, Aidy Bryant, Vanessa Bayer, Kate McKinnon, Jay Pharoah, Nasim Pedrad, Taran Killam, Kristen Wiig, Chris Parnell, Damon Wayans, Darrell Hammond, David Spade, Don Pardo, Finesse Mitchell, Horatio Sanz, Jimmy Fallon, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Kevin Nealon, Rachel Dratch, Rob Riggle, Victoria Jackson, Will Forte, unknown, unknown Genre:Comedy Channel:NBC Status:Continuing

7.9 (53 votes)

Saturday Night Live season 4 episodes list:

Episode #1: The Rolling Stones (air date: 1978-10-07)

Live from New York, it's Dan Aykroyd! Sketches include "Garrett Morris and the National Broadcasting Orchestra," "Mayor Koch Honors John Belushi," the commercial parody "Autoscent," Tomorrow, "Nerds Meet the Norge Refrigerator Repairman," "Olympia Restaurant #4," Tom Schiller's Sushi By the Pool, "Paul McCartney and John Lennon Reunion," "Danger Probe."

Episode #2: Fred Willard/Devo (air date: 1978-10-14)

Sketches include--"Honker in the Audience", "Two Guys Who Are Lawyers", "Aging Stuntman Cliff Preston", "One-Night-Stand vs. Phone Talk", "Mr. Bill Goes To N.Y.", "Bobbi Farber", "Crossroads", "Scotch Boutique", "Booji Boy"

Episode #3: Frank Zappa (air date: 1978-10-21)

Sketches include "Fred Silverman," "Coneheads," "Domestic Prison," "Night on Freak Mountain," "Woman to Woman," "The Al Franken and Tom Davis Show," "Mr. Bill"

Episode #4: Steve Martin/Van Morrison (air date: 1978-11-04)

Live from New York, it's...President Dan Aykroyd! Sketches include "A Message From the President of the United States," "Where's the Cracker, Steve?" "Elvis Presley's Coat, "What If?, "Theodoric of York, Medieval Judge," "Festrunk Brothers at a Fox Bar," "The Nerds at the Hospital, "Looks At Books", and "Annoying Waiter."

Episode #5: Buck Henry/The Grateful Dead (air date: 1978-11-11)

Sketches include--"Concession Speech,", "Rovco Chinch Canch" commercial parody, "Samurai Optometrist," "Uncle Roy #1," "The Death Of Rasputin," "Nick Sands, the Lounge Singer," More Flu To Worry About, and "St. Mickey's Knights of Columbus."

Episode #6: Carrie Fisher/The Blues Brothers (air date: 1978-11-18)

Live from New York, it's....Garrett Morris! The Blues Brothers open the show by performing Soul Man. Carrie comes out dressed as Princess Leia for her monologue, telling a joke that only the voice of Obi Won (Dan Aykroyd) likes. This leads into Beach Blanket Bimbo from Outer Space, "The Loud Family," Mercy Killers, the Blues Brothers' performance of Almost and B-Movie Boxcar Blues, "Mr. Bill's Fishing Trip," Tomorrow, "Bad Red Chinese Ballet," and the Schiller film Arrividerci Roman.

Episode #7: Walter Matthau/Garrett Morris (air date: 1978-12-02)

Sketches include--"Fred Silverman", "Super Epoxy-Dent", "The Bad News Bees", "Olympia Cafe", "Daughter's Old Room", "Nixon's Conspirator, "Woman to Woman", "Government Surplus Store", "Network Battle of the T's & A's", "Mr. Bill Is Late"

Episode #8: Eric Idle/Kate Bush (air date: 1978-12-09)

Sketches include "Telepsychic Ray," "Julia Child," "Madrigal," "The Woman He Loved," "What Do You?", "Candy Slice," "Consumer Probe," "Singing Dog Agent," and "Cochise at Oxford".

Episode #9: Elliott Gould/Peter Tosh with Mick Jagger (air date: 1978-12-16)

Sketches include "White House Lawn Special Event," "Rovco All-Flammable Christmas Tree," "The Widettes," "Mommie Dearest," "Scotch and Spirits," "Bob and Ray," "St. Mickey's Knights of Columbus," and "Honker Works the Christmas Lot".

Episode #10: Michael Palin/The Doobie Brothers (air date: 1979-01-27)

Sketches include "State of the Union Address: Preparation I," "Palin's Socks Monologue," "Mr. Brighton Returns to the Nerds," "Miles Cowperthwaite, Part One," "What If Superman Grew Up in Germany?" and "Name the Bats." Weekend Update features "Chico Escuela's Super Bowl Recap" and "Father Guido Sarducci's Bill for The Last Brunch."

Episode #11: Cicely Tyson/Talking Heads (air date: 1979-02-10)

Sketches include "Cicely Confronts Garrett Monologue," "Nick Rails, the Train Lounge Singer," and "The Widettes."

Episode #12: Rick Nelson/Judy Collins (air date: 1979-02-17)

Live from New York, it's...John Belushi! Sketches include "WGN Morning Show," "The Twilight Zone," "Helium," "¿Quien Es Mas Macho?," and "Rock Against Yeast '79." Judy Collins performed "Hard Times for Lovers."

Episode #13: Kate Jackson/Delbert McClinton (air date: 1979-02-24)

Sketches include "Charlie's Angels," "Nerds," "Fred Silverman," "Child Psychiatrist," "Andy Kaufman," "Kate Jackson and Fred Silverman," "Bad Cabaret For Children," "Coneheads"

Episode #14: Gary Busey with Rick Danko and Paul Butterfield, Eubie Blake (air date: 1979-03-10)

Live from New York, it's...John Belushi! Sketches include: "Breaking the Ice with Belushi" "Billy Carter" "Women's Problems" "The Unsung Heroes of Rock n Roll" "The Slopjockey" "Bill Murray Talks With Mrs. Ed." Gregory Hines joins Eubie Blake in singing Low-down Blues, I'm Just Simply Full Of Jazz and I'm Just Wild About Harry. Busey and Paul Butterfield perform Stay All Night.

Episode #15: Margot Kidder/The Chieftains (air date: 1979-03-17)

Live from New York, it's...John Belushi! Sketches include "WGN Radio Live at Doyle's Tavern," "The Navy," "Fred Garvin: Male Prostitute," "St. Mickey's Knights of Columbus," "Superhero Party," The Franken and Davis Show, "Men's Problems," and The Mr. Bill Show. The Chieftains perform If I Had Maggie In The Woods and Morning Dew.

Episode #16: Richard Benjamin/Rickie Lee Jones (air date: 1979-04-07)

Sketches include "The Pepsi Syndrome," "The Nerds In Love," and "Scottish Restaurant." Jones performs his hit "Chuck E's In Love."

Episode #17: Milton Berle/Ornette Coleman (air date: 1979-04-14)

Sketches include "Texaco Star Theater Intro," "The Widettes," "On The Spot," and "Milton's Writers." Ornette Coleman played "Times Square."

Episode #18: Michael Palin/James Taylor (air date: 1979-05-12)

Sketches include "Mother's Day Monologue," "Miles Cowperthwaite, Part Two: I Am Nailed to the Hull," and "Black-Market Gasoline." Weekend Update includes "Margaret Thathcer Interview."

Episode #19: Maureen Stapleton/Linda Ronstadt, Phoebe Snow (air date: 1979-05-19)

Live from New York, it's... Dan Aykroyd! Sketches include "Telepsychic Ray," "Nick Wings, the Airport VIP Lounge Singer," and "Idi Amin Holes Out."

Episode #20: Buck Henry/Bette Midler (air date: 1979-05-26)

Sketches include "Mr. Bill at SNL," "Disco Roller Fishing Park," "Samurai Bakery," "Uncle Roy," "Watergate Was a Joke," and "Olympia Cafe." Bette Midler performs a medley of standards.

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